Tags » HFIP-Hurricane Forecast Improvement Project

HRD Seminar – Dr. Jeff Kepert, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia – 23 April 2018

Dr. Kepert presented a seminar titled “Bias correction of tropical cyclone size and structure in the ECMWF global ensemble prediction system”.


Global EPS systems provide very valuable warning of severe weather risk, including tropical cyclones. 275 more words


HRD Researchers receive 2018 Aviation Week Laureate Award

The Raytheon/NOAA Coyote UAV team, including HRD researchers Dr. Joe Cione, Kelly Ryan, Dr. Altug Aksoy, Brittany Dahl and Dr. Jun Zhang, received the 2018 AviationWeek Laureate Award in the Defense category for Dual Use.  332 more words


HRD employees honored with Andrew Awards for going above-and-beyond during Hurricane Irma

AOML’s Diversity, Inclusion & You (DIY) group honored employees who went above-and-beyond their regular duty during Hurricane Irma’s impact on their homes and families last September.   234 more words


HRD Seminar – Dr. Michael Vellinga, Met Office, United Kingdom – 12 March 2018

Dr. Vellinga presented a seminar titled “The impact for tropical storm forecasts of upgrades to UK Met Office prediction systems”.


The past two years have seen various upgrades to the UK Met Office’s operational prediction systems, including a near-doubling of horizontal resolution in the global deterministic forecast model to 10 x 12km. 195 more words

HFIP-Hurricane Forecast Improvement Project

HRD mourns tropical meteorologist T. N. Krishnamurti

HRD recently learned of the passing of Professor T. N. Krishnamurti, Professor emeritus at the Florida State University Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences. 133 more words

HFIP-Hurricane Forecast Improvement Project

Paper on the best way to input very large numbers of observations into weather models released online in Monthly Weather Review

Summary: Almost all weather forecasts for times longer than a few hours in the future are made using complicated computer apps working together on the largest computers. 529 more words